EXPERIENCE A UNIQUE KIND OF YOGA CLASS
DESIGNED SPECIFICALLY FOR SURVIVORS OF TRAUMA
Join us every Sunday morning for this one hour long trauma-informed yoga class. Students will be invited to connect their mind and body through breath and movement. This class is taught without music. Lights remain on, and the yoga teacher will not make any physical/touch adjustments. Classes include breathing exercises, yoga poses and guided relaxation.
- No experience necessary
- This class is open to both men and women
- Wear any comfortable clothes
- Bring your yoga mat (some yoga mats available)
- This is a free class, yet donations to Exhale to Inhale are always welcome!
This class will be taught by Lisa Weinert
Lisa Weinert created the annual Narrative Medicine program at Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health. As an editor and publicist, Lisa has published and promoted hundreds of best-selling and award-winning authors and witnessed first-hand how the written word transforms lives. Motivated by the healing and transformative power of storytelling, she specializes in narrative nonfiction and literary fiction with a special interest in memoir, spirituality, health and social justice. Lisa is certified in both restorative and therapeutic yoga with Jillian Pransky where she learned how we all carry stories in our bodies. She teaches yoga at Medicine Space in New York City and curates workshops pairing yoga and writing called StoryFlow. www.lisaweinert.com